Description : Administrative Office Management continues to reflect current management thinking with regard to managing office and business information systems and supervising staff. It covers management principles and concepts including organizational trends, technology, and global business ethics. This edition includes more technology-based end-of-chapter activities and focuses on key topics. This Short Course text contains 15 chapters, as opposed to 20 chapters found in the Complete Course text.
Description : This upper-level textbook offers an original and up-to-date introduction to issues in corporate social responsibility (CSR) from a global perspective. Written by an international team of experts, it guides students through key themes in CSR including strategy, communication, regulation and governance. Balancing critiques of CSR with a discussion of the opportunities it creates, it includes chapters devoted to critical issues such as human rights, anti-corruption, labour rights and the environment. Pedagogical features include customised case studies, study questions, key term highlighting, practitioner pieces and suggestions for further resources. The book is also complemented by a companion website featuring adaptable lecture slides, teaching notes for cases and links to related resources. Tailored for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate courses on corporate social responsibility, sustainability and business ethics, it is also relevant to non-business courses in political science, international relations and communications.
Description : Provides a detailed overview of 170 of the finest law schools across North America, including information on each school's academic program, competitiveness, financial aid, admissions requirements, and social scenes. Original. 12,500 first printing.